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, conservative, orthodox, involved with israel, involved with the broader issues, to social justice issues, the community, kind of the full spectrum. so one of the things that i think is important is that bringing together these diverse voices, we can test the various perspectives and walk out with something that really does represent the overwhelming consensus of the community, which then empowers us to act effectively on the key issues. whether it's advocating for strong support for american-israel relations, it's working hard on issues of immigration reform and civil rights, it's working for quality public education, kind of the full spectrum of issues of importance to our community. so that work is very important. and at the same time, building bridges beyond the jewish community is our bread and butter work, relationship building with key leaders of other communities. historically, we have worked very closely with the african american and the asian and latino communities, with other religious communities, and sought areas of common concern. we've developed coalitions on major issues s
communitiment and one that has emerged was a greater concern about the growth of anti-israel activity in the bay area which has taken a take and i preserve the time for others on vital issues of concern because the two have to co-exist together and one of the things i have been truck by. with our community with israel and their passion for social justice, well filling the ideal that all human beings in the image of god, those set twin values was a made iel part of have a problem with. >> and in fact, i see every individual internally reflect upon the way community understands issues around its life and poverty and education and other kind much social justice and civil rights and how do i convert that personal an individual bringing theirselves evict if i have -- respective advice is what people are brink to the table. >> that can also be very personal and what they should do is go through a and to provide affective action when they rise to that particular level and the very nature of what making couldn't sense is about, is help being everybody come in with a particular passion for the greater g
in israel. she knew the bible very well and sang the sam rewell, so she was mazed at the literature of the bible which they say was the historical writing much jesus, but joys and jubilation of creation, that is her whole world view and that's one of the reasons she is so pertinent. this comes from the literature and that's sophia too that is wisdom. that is where love and light come in and he is this very important distinction between the god of wisdom and the god of life. unfortunately we get separated and you have to turned to the god of life hilda has the same teaching and she is very extatic in her language and spiritualty. just like that quote you started with. she is filled with joy. >> ann thurman talks about that life being alive. >> yes, that is so powerful, she says that life itself is so alive. you can tell thurman is getting high on life and one should. they say god is life so the gift of life is extraordinary. >> we also appreciate dr. martin luther king, jr. and of course red is jesus in the disinherited. he took with him every time he went to jail. >> jesus and the d
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